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Farmstead Raised Garden Bed

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An elegant age-old design for raised garden beds. Farmstead garden beds are hand crafted from Vermont White Cedar, which will last for many years and weather to a soft silver grey. For taller beds, order two or more kits of the same size and stack them. Measured from tips of corners, interior dimensions smaller. read more

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Farmstead raised garden beds are based on a 17th century design and handcrafted from Vermont White Cedar. These raised beds are perfect for growing vegetables and flowers, and the versatile design suits any type of garden.

Strong and functional

Made from untreated white cedar, a naturally rot-resistant wood. Lumber is custom sawed to a thickness of 1¼ inches for greater strength and longer life. With cedar slot and peg design these raised beds cannot pull apart, as may happen with beds that are nailed or screwed together. Pegs are made from durable black locust wood.

No chemical wood preservatives

Unlike pressure-treated lumber, there are no harmful chemicals to leach into your soil. Since wood is not sanded or treated, Farmstead raised beds have an unfinished rustic quality. For naturally finished wood you can use our Eco Wood Treatment - safe for vegetable gardens.

Stack them higher and save your back

Wooden boards are 8 inches deep, which positions the garden 8 inches above the ground. They can be stacked 2, 3, or 4 high for raised beds that are 16", 24", or 32" high. For example, if you want a 16" high raised bed just purchase two kits of the same size and stack them.

Q: When stacking the Farmstead raised garden beds, what holds them together?

A: The weight of the soil within the beds holds them in place on top of each other and it will keep them from shifting if on level ground. Although it is not necessary, it is easy to bracket the beds together with some inexpensive hardware or wood from a local store.

Inside Dimensions:

Use interior dimensions to calculate total planting area

  • 2’ W x 4’ L = 1¼ x 3¼ ft. (4.1 sq. ft.)
  • 2’ W x 6’ L = 1¼ x 5¼ ft. (6.6 sq. ft.)
  • 2’ W x 8’ L = 1¼ x 7¼ ft. (9.1 sq. ft.)
  • 3’ W x 3’ L = 2¼ x 2¼ ft. (5.1 sq. ft.)
  • 3’ W x 5’ L = 2¼ x 4¼ ft. (9.6 sq. ft.)
  • 3’ W x 8’ L = 2¼ x 7¼ ft. (16.3 sq. ft.)
  • 4’ W x 4’ L = 3¼ x 3¼ ft. (10.6 sq. ft.)
  • 4’ W x 6’ L = 3¼ x 5¼ ft. (17.1 sq. ft.)
  • 4’ W x 8’ L = 3¼ x 7¼ ft. (23.6 sq. ft.)

Tool-free assembly

Watch our video on the left! It takes less than five minutes to assemble these raised beds. No tools are required. Simply slip the end of one board through the slot of the other and secure with provided wooden pegs (pegs are packed in mortise slots - unwrap wooden boards and you will find them stored inside).

Raised beds can be placed directly on sod, lawn, or even a weedy patch. Once the bed is filled with soil, any weeds underneath will soon form a composted base. For best results, you may want to dig down 12 inches to clear any rocks. Fill with a soil mixture to suit your plants and your garden is ready to go!

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Material Vermont White Cedar
Board Thickness 1.25"
Dimensions Available in 9 sizes (all kits have 8" high boards)
Inside Dimensions Listed in product details
Key Feature Easy to assemble, classic mortise & tenon raised bed kits
Assembly TIme 10 Minutes
Origin Made in the U.S.A.

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  • From Debra Hensley at 3/6/11 7:32 AM
  • From Jeffrey Lemkin at 3/28/11 11:27 AM
    • These look lovely! I have two questions:

      1) Are they available in 10' lengths, as 4x10 - or just the 8?

      2) When you stack one atop the other, what keeps them together? Is there any problem with, say, the top bed shifting or otherwise changing position?

      Cheers

      -Jeff
    • Hi Jeff,

      The Farmstead Raised Garden Beds are not available in 10' lengths. They are only available in the maximum length of 8'.

      When stacking the Farmstead beds to gain additional bed height, the soil will keep the added bed from shifting. We used to suggest to customers that they could drive a stake on the inside of each bed sidewall to prevent shifting, but this is not really necessary. The weight of the soil is adequate to prevent shifting of the sides of the bed.

      Greg
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  • From Sue K at 3/28/11 8:14 PM
    • I am concerned that there is no buried stakes or other support to keep them in place. Also no verticals to keep them stacked square on top of each other. Can you explain how they stay put an d not shift?
    • Once the beds are filled, the weight of the soil is adequate to hold the sides of the stacked beds in place and aligned. And the soil weight increases once it's been watered.
      We used to suggest driving a stake down the inside wall of each of the sides, before filling with dirt. However, this is not necessary.
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  • From Meghan at 4/1/11 7:45 AM
    • I just had 5 of the 4x8x8's delivered and I cant wait to try them this weekend. What I did notice in the video was that you had a few hens. I have 2 questions about gardens + chickens. 1) Whats the best way that you found to keep your chickens out of the raised beds? 2) Do you have any tips for composting their droppings? I have a bin full off straw and droppings that just will not breakdown properly.
    • Hi Meghan,
      We used to let the chickens into the vegetable garden in early spring where they would go onto the beds and pull any weed sprouts, and their droppings would benefit the garden soil. (Chickens don't eat slugs, unfortunately.) We don't do this anymore since they also disturb over-wintered crop beds like garlic and brassicas.

      Most people keep chickens in fenced runs. We let them range into the woods, so the garden fence has to be secure enough to keep out the chickens. This is pretty easy. I put up a simple fence made of fish net to keep the chickens from the vegetable beds.

      We value the dropppings highly! I keep a separate 'compost' just for the old straw with droppings. Fresh chicken manure is hot and needs time to mellow before using in the garden. We might let it sit 6 months or longer before using, or else we put it into developing bed which we don't intend to plant for a while. When left in a pile, we keep it covered with black plastic sheeting, which is removed occasionally so the pile can be watered. Some of the droppings are added to oour regular compost as an activator.
      Greg
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  • From Cornelia at 4/1/11 12:29 PM
    • just got my raised beds. does the wood need to be treated prior to use?
    • Hi Cornelia,
      The Farmstead Raised Gadren Bed is ready to use. You do not need to treat the wood.
      Greg
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  • From Jean at 4/8/11 11:41 AM
    • I'm a 63 year old female and these look to be quite manageable. I plan to join two frames. Our country yard is teeming with critters- rabbits, chipmunks, birds, squirrels, etc. Can you suggest a protective covering for the top that might not be too complicated to install?
      Thank you.
    • Hi Jean,
      I assume you mean some kind of fencing.
      There are some fence styles designed to sit on top of raised beds. You could use chicken wire (1" mesh) and try to fashion a fence like this one:http://eartheasy.com/yard-garden/raised-garden-beds-kits-planters/raised-garden-bed-rabbit-fence-4-x-8-x-23
      (The fence in this picture is designed to sit on the "compostire raised beds".
      The problem with this design is that critters will push against it and find any weak spots to get in. I think you're better off making an enclosure, at least 4' high (or higher if deer are present), that you can walk into. Then the critters can't get near your raised bed.
      Greg

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  • From Heather at 4/9/11 7:07 AM
    • Can you help me with what I will need to put in my beds for the best vegetable results? I will be placing 2 stacked 8' beds on my back lawn and am assuming I should lay down a drainage layer, like coarse gravel? Then what soil matter should I add? is it a mix or something I just buy at the local home depot in bags. I would assume it is a bit costly to fill 16" of 4 x 8 beds.....
    • You do not need to add a drainage layer of gravel if you are putting your bed on the ground where there is soil beneath.

      Building soil is the gardener's art. You can start by adding 'dirt' from your yard to fill much of the bed space. You will need to appraise your soil for needed amendments. For example, you will probably want to add some peat moss to lighten the soil, and lime to balance the ph. You can have a soil test to determine the soil ph in your region, or ask a gardener nearby what the general soil characteristics are in your area.

      You will likely need to add a bit of rock phosphate. For organic materials, the best amendment is compost. If you don't have compost, you can buy some commercially and you can also add steer manure.

      It will take one or two growing cycles for you to adequately assess your soil and build it with the ideal amendments that work in your region. Here is an article with more information about getting started with your garden:
      http://eartheasy.com/grow_backyard_vegetable_garden.html
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  • From Peggy at 4/13/11 4:33 PM
    • I want to plant tomatoes and corn - how deep does the planter need to be? What about flowers?
    • If you are setting your raised bed on the ground, so that the plant roots have a bit more depth if needed, then an 11" tall bed is sufficient in depth to grow tomatoes and corn. Flowers can also grow in this depth of soil easily.

      Having said this, I have not had good results growing corn in raised beds. Corn doesn't seem to do as well in small patches, and it is also a heavy feeder. We found that it took too much effort to get a good corn crop, and the price of corn at the farmer stands is very cheap. We prefer to give the garden space to other crops which bring us more savings. Here is an article I wrote about the most "cost-effective" vegetable crops we have grown. You might want to grow one or more of these crops in your raised bed:
      http://eartheasy.com/blog/2011/01/top-6-most-cost-effective-vegetables-to-grow/

      Greg
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  • From Scott at 4/14/11 10:27 AM
    • If the bed is set directly on level ground, is a single level deep enough to grow tomato, pepper, peas and bean plants?
    • Yes. Before setting your bed in place, you should turn the soil in the ground beneath the bed, and you might even add some amendments such as peat, lime and rock phosphate. The roots of your plants can then go deeper than the actual bed height, which will benefit the crops you want to grow. Drainage will also be improved.
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  • From Suzanne at 4/14/11 1:45 PM
    • I would like to Trellis my tomatoes and would like to know if you have any suggestions or add ons that would be as pleasing to the eye as your raised beds are. ??????
    • We do not provide a trellis designed to go with the Farmstead beds. Because the beds are sturdy, and the wood is thick, it's pretty easy to fashion your own trellis, or cover, using cedar 1" x 2" boards which can be screwed or nailed directly into the inside face of the beds. (Screws are better since it's easier to remove the structure when rotating crops.)

      You can use a trellis, wire tomato cages, or simple stakes to grow tomatoes. I suggest that whichever method you use, that providing a cover for the plants will give you better results. Tomatoes left without shelter from the rain often succomb to tomato blight.

      In our gardens, we prefer to grow tomatoes using inexpensive wire cages for the smaller varieties like cherry tomatoes, and we use 5' stakes for the full-size plants which have heavier fruit. I find this is the fastest, easiest and cheapest system for growing tomatoes. Take a look at this article, and scroll down the page till you see our tomato 'shelter'. This has worked very well, and it's easy to lift and move as we rotate crops each season. Here is the link:
      http://eartheasy.com/blog/2011/03/raised-beds-preparing-your-garden-beds-for-spring/
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Very convenient raised beds

By Crystal on 7/9/10

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I bought the 4' x 8' x 8" after making four 4' x 4' beds myself. I put this bed together in less than 5 minutes in the dark, while making them myself took about 2 hours per bed. The lumber comes without any wrapping (no waste!) and is very light and easy to move around. This really couldn't be simpler or more convenient.

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solid

By rickster on 11/15/10

Got my beds. man they are solid. Thicker and heavier wood than I expected. Looking forward to bringing order to my garden! Thanks

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Simple and Effective

By Brad on 11/16/10

These beds are very simple and effective. They assemble in minutes and are quite sturdy.

The only thing to be aware of is that the pegs are stored in the mortise area of the boards when shipped. I thought they had forgot to ship me the pegs, but in fact they were there all along!

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Excellent

By Anna on 11/16/10

I received my bed yesterday and put them together in 15 minutes on my own. I love them.
I will be ordering more in spring.
Excellent product.

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good but watch the pokey corners

By Gwen and Gary O. on 11/17/10

We have used our raised beds all summer and are happy gardeners. These beds couldn't be easier to assemble. I am getting two more, so this says it all. But here is one thing - when you drag the hose around it sometimes gets caught on the wood corner parts that stick out. It's annoying to walk back to lift it free. I have figured out a way to work around this by going slower and letting the hose stay on the ground where it slides under the wood tenon. This slows me down a bit but the good thing is that these pokey corners keep the hose fronm riding up the sides and then onto the bed where it can damage the plants.
Just a note to future users. Enjoy your beds!

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the corners stay together!

By Zoey on 11/24/10

We have been making our our own beds for years but over time the corners always seem to work open. The the dirt slides out. We put in rocks to block the dirt but eventually the weak corners make one of the sides falls down and you can't put it back up without some shovelling and disturbing the bed. We decided to try one of these beds because it would save us work in the long run. The mortise-tenon concept is very traditional, and for good reason - it works. It is very satisfying to not have to look at the open corners anymore! Now we are going to convert the other three beds to the same design.

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easy to take apart

By Leah M on 1/19/11

My husband is in the service and we move every few years. Last month he took our beds apart and it was easy to move them and reassemble. I want to make them higher now so am getting more to stack. Good product thanks!

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The perfect garden bed

By Rosemary on 3/4/11

I've used these beds now for a full year. They were easy to set up, attractive in use, provide a good area for the plants and make it easy to tent with plastic or cloth. They have weathered well and are holding up great. I'm ordering more.

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loving it

By Janice on 4/10/11

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Haven't planted yet but love the whole concept. It arrived quickly, was sitting on the porch, friends walked by with their dogs, they were curious, we 4 adults spent about 5 minutes and got the first one set, then the second on top, dumped in a couple bags of bagged up leaves to start filling. Too much fun! Would be really easy for a handy capable person to make but for we who are not able, the kit is perfect!

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Not the size as advertised

By Nancy on 4/17/11

I ordered the 4x4 which actually has inside dimensions of 3x3.

I was ticked off because I was ready to plant my garden today, which I'd planned based on 4x4. I didn't see the interior dimensions, down at the bottom of the page. I don't think they should advertise this as a 4x4 bed when it's only 3x3, really.

Not sure what I'm going to do -- I guess I have to find a real 4x4, or I'm stuck with this one and have to plant a smaller garden than I had planned. Either way, I'm disappointed. And I have to spend more $$ than planned--and get another bed.

Well, I hope this isn't an omen for my garden this year.

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A great choice for new garden bedders!

By 6k7k8k9k on 4/25/11

Awesome!

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Box is smaller than advertised

By Jill on 5/1/11

We bought our boxes when they were on sale. Just set them up in hopes of doing square foot gardening. Not so great. True size limits "square feet" and makes it hard to set up the grid. Wish they were true to size since they are a snap to put together.

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Ready for this Year!

By happy gardening on 3/21/12

I ended up with these beds last year after I returned the frame-it-all formaldehyde beds and I must say they were all I needed and more and now after being filled with dirt and covered with leaves all winter here in PA we're ready for this year! The beds were ez to assemble (I was 8 mths pregnant when I got them and had NO PROBLEM, up in 5 mins)
They were ample beds and I am so pleased that I will be adding 2 more to the two I already have(maybe 3, :-)

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Love the concept!

By New to organic gardening on 3/24/12

I utilized the layout of my garden bed from excellent and knowledgeable suggestions from this website. I selected the farmstead style as I wanted to refurbish my large beds with compost, soil, nutrients, etc. each year. In My first year I placed my cubic feet of compost/soil down first and then placed my beds around the soil. Now I simply dissassembled the boards, pay someone to till them ( at less cost due to the ease of tilling) and reassemble them and adding the soil. (I should note that I have 22 beds.) My quote prices for tilling went way down when I mention the non-interference of boards.
I hope this helps someone.
By the way, I love the idea of using a 17th century invention and that it includes no hardware. I receive many positives comments which allows me to direct them to this website so that they can learn great information about sustainable methods of living. (just as I did and enjoyed myself while doing so)

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Easy to assemble

By Susan on 3/25/12

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Got our raised beds took 5 minutes to assembly. We added double chicken wire on bottom to keep out the moles. Just ordered 4 more. They look so good!!!!

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I will be placing two more next year

By jean nielson on 4/16/12

So easy to install, I was worried because I was placing another on the first to make 18 inches high, but it was just marvelous how they fit and are stable with the soil placed! Such a cool design ...those 1700 ancestors knew what they were doing, and no metal or screws! Mine are 4x8 feet.

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Strong, excellent quality

By Cheri on 4/21/12

Thank you to Eartheasy for the Farmstead, an excellent product, excellent price, and excellent customer service!

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Simple, easy to assemble

By Wendy on 8/7/12

These garden beds are simple, easy to install, and very sturdy. Great for the price!

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excellent

By green thumb on 3/11/13

Yes, you are going to loose some space on the interior for planting but this is sooo easy to put together. My husband doesn't build and I put these together myself in about 5 minutes. Couldn't have been easier. Now I've got lettuces. 2x6 is a little smaller then I thought so I'm going to buy another

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Perfect

By Arietta on 4/14/13

These beds are simple and perfect. I currently have 6 of them (which I purchased last year) and highly recommend them to all.

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Perfect in every way

By lynn on 5/21/13

These beds are perfect for my vegetable gardens. I have one stacked on another and the height is very comfortable to work with. I had ordered beds from another company and they never shipped - I was desperate because my tomatoes were over a foot tall! I found these beds online and am so happy I got these instead of the others! Customer service (Sarah) was right on top of my concerns and shipped out to me immediate. Thank you.

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Love this Design!

By BabylonBeachGardener on 5/31/13

I bought these last year. Shipping was quick. I was worried they'd be heavy to move from the front porch but the cedar is very light weight. I laid the pieces out in the garden (two 4x8 & one 4X4 beds). It took me literally 5 minutes to assemble each one. In 15 minutes, I had a nice sized raised bed garden. I lined the bottom of them with cardboard and landscape fabric & filled with a mixture of compost, top soil & manure. I've been growing veggies in them and they are holding up well now in the second year. I plan to buy a few more next year to expand my garden. I may also stack some to give more depth.
I've already recommended these to several people and my neighbors have complimented me on the way they look.
The size isn't exactly 4X4 or 4X8. This can cause somewhat of a wrench in your plans if you are a rigid square foot gardener. I'm more of a flexible zen-type gardener.
I've fit 4 tomatoes & 4 peppers in one of the 4X8s. I have two rows of lettuce and two rows of bush beans in the other. I currently have asparagus growing in the 4X4. So, they're off by several inches. My plants haven't seemed to notice.

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Ready to order more

By pafa on 10/15/13

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I bought two of these last spring. They arrived quickly and were so simple to assemble. So happy to have something to replace my old, rather ugly, plastic raised beds. I will definitely be ordering more to stack on top of the existing ones for taller raised beds. Thank you for this simple, elegant and attractive solution.

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